nominal strength

nominal strength

The strength of a structural member calculated in accordance with provisions and assumptions of the strength design method of the applicable code, before the application of any strength-reduction factors.
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the 7 readings match the results of the calibration for the C40 concrete mix towards 80 percent of nominal strength (32 mPa) being reached within ~ 3 days and full design strength (40 mPa) within less than one week (average after ~ 5 days) they, too, are prove for a very consistent concrete quality
The prediction of nominal strength of composites structure take care a lot of investigations because of its importance in design of aerospace and automobile (1-3).
5), classical linear elastic fracture mechanics is used in predicting the nominal strength of laminated composites.
Therefore, NLFEA point out that there is no effect of stirrup nominal strength ([p.
Analysts at the International Institute for Strategic Studies have estimated that despite a nominal strength of some 200 fixed-wing aircraft, fewer than 40 are actually capable of flying.
In this experiment, it is resulted that the nominal strength of one thread is 6.
If it is a new burette, the titrator will ask which titrant is being used and its nominal strength.
US combat doctrine maintains that units at less than 90% of their strength are limited in what missions they can undertake, and that units at 75% of their strength should be withdrawn from combat operations until they are restored to their nominal strength on paper.
c) Ratio = nominal strength divided by actual strength.
The CNPA sponsored the testing of full-scale radiata pine poles as a means of establishing the database required by ASC O5 for derivation of a nominal strength.
The nominal strengths of the respective camps was reflected in the team sheet with England, unbeaten in their last 10 outings, fielding an all-Premier League line-up against a home side boasting just two top flight players in Arsenal's 17-year-old Aaron Ramsey and Jack Collison, from West Ham United.